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08-09-2010 11:07 AM
opdave
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Originally Posted by flatline View Post
making me think, and it's way to early for that. speedo cable? brake booster, or someone sprayed oil on the clutch pivot point because of squeek?
Hmm.
Speedo cable is a little jumpy and I can hear it clicking at times. I'll do a search on "speedometer cable" to see how to check it out. Maybe that's where it's coming from.
Thanks!
08-09-2010 10:44 AM
flatline making me think, and it's way to early for that. speedo cable? brake booster, or someone sprayed oil on the clutch pivot point because of squeek?
08-09-2010 10:25 AM
opdave
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possibly clutch master cylinder starting to go. or if it's rainning in your area the windshield seal. help if you checked to see if its break fluid or not.
I don't think its the seal because I installed a new one about two months ago and I don't get water in when it rains. This slow drip happens when it's not raining as well. It seems to have some black in it and it's a little oily??
08-09-2010 09:07 AM
flatline possibly clutch master cylinder starting to go. or if it's rainning in your area the windshield seal. help if you checked to see if its break fluid or not.
08-09-2010 08:55 AM
opdave
unidentified leak from brake or clutch pedal

Not sure where it's coming from because I cant see up under there. My clutch pedal does have an annoying squeek when pressed or depressed but all is working fine. Any Ideas?

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